Must Reads

Human Papilloma virus (HPV)- The latest answer

Do you have HPV infection?  

According the U. S. Center for Disease Control, genital human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection. There are 40 or more types of HPV that can infect the genital areas of men and women as well as the throat and mouth! HPV may cause serious health problems, including genital warts and certain cancers. Most people who become infected with HPV don’t even know they have it!


So how do you get HPV?  

Anyone who is having or has ever had sex can get HPV. The CDC says that this is true even for people who only have sex with one person in their lifetime! HPV is passed on through genital contact, usually during vaginal and anal sex. What most people don’t know is that HPV may also be passed on during oral sex also. Most important to note is that a pregnant woman with genital HPV can pass the HPV on to her baby during delivery.


What are the risks from HPV?

While some infections “may go away”, unfortunately, sometimes, HPV infections can and will persist and may cause a variety of very significant and serious health problems. Health problems that can be caused by HPV include:

• Pain

• Recurrent respiratory papillomatosis (RRP)

• Cervical cancer

• Other rare but serious cancers, including genital cancers, and a type of head and neck cancer called oropharyngeal cancer which is in the back of throat, and may extend to the base of the tongue and tonsils.


Is there a test for HPV and how is it treated?

HPV tests are available to help screen women aged 30 years and older for cervical cancer. These HPV tests are not used to screen men, children, or women under the age of 30 years. There is no approved HPV test to detect HPV in the mouth or throat.

• Genital warts can be removed with treatments applied by doctors using acid or liquid nitrogen.

• Cervical cancer is most treatable when it is diagnosed and treated early. Here surgical scraping or cryosurgery (freezing) is typically used also, unfortunately far to often with re-occurrence.

• Recurrent respiratory papillomatosis (RRP) can be treated with surgery or medicines. Curing RRP often requires many treatments or surgeries over a period of years.


What can be done if the normal treatment fails?

There is a safe and proven effective treatment that has been used in Europe for many years and now available here, called Direct Intravenous Ozone Therapy (DIV). This treatment destroys the virus wherever it is living, genitally and orally outside or inside the body. Simply, it is the only treatment that does this and with no pain at all! What happens is, medical grade oxygen and ozone gas is safely and painlessly injected by trained professionals into a vein (you can’t get an embolus from oxygen, only from nitrogen gas found in air), the extra ”O” in the ozone molecule acts like a “glue” stealing an electron from anything in our body that it can latch onto. Healthy cells in our body contain natural anti-oxidants that protect them against damage or destruction. Only pathogens like HPV are destroyed anywhere they are living. In addition organic ozonized oils are used either externally and/or internally to safely and painlessly assist and speed up the eradication of this horrible infection.

So please don’t wait any longer! It’s absolutely possible to completely eliminate HPV from your body. To learn more about Medical Ozone therapy go to or buy a copy of “Ozone Therapy: The Miracle Medicine” available at, which has testimonials on it’s many benefits, uses and effectiveness.


If you have any questions about this amazing therapy you may contact Dr. Howard Robins at 212-581-0101, considered the foremost clinical expert on the use of medical ozone in North America with over 185,000 treatments preformed for over 22 years.




Be Sociable, Share!